Jun 242011
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Isn’t this really one of the biggest questions that each and every one of us has encountered at some point?  And, of course, it may not seem to have anything to do with anarchy, philosophy, government, business, or anything else covered on this website.    But, on reflection, I thin kit may have to do with everything ever discussed on this site.  But, most of all with parenting, which was, of course, the original inspiration for me to start blogging.

The attitude of not being a winner is the way people get into trouble in life.  The fact you woke up this morning makes you a winner, and no one make you a loser but yourself.

Each day look at the wins you have.  Value the greatness in your life, little and big.  If you find it impossible to isolate any wins in your life, use affirmations and begin creating some.

You can start now to change your own reality.  You are a loser, only when you think you are.

  • Thomas Edison declared bankruptcy for the North American Phonograph Co. in 1894, and his Edison Portland Cement Company filed for bankruptcy twice.
  • Abraham Lincoln, Henry Ford, Walt Disney, Milton hershey, H.J. Heinz, and P.T. Barnum all went bankrupt at least once as well.
  • Before filing for bankruptcy, Walt Disney was fired by the Kansas City Star newspaper for lacking ideas.
  • Colonel Sanders idea for Kentucky Fried Chicken was reportedly rejected more than 1000 times
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  35 Responses to “How Can I Become A Winner When I Believe I’m A Loser?”

  1. Most triumphant man in this world have his taste of loosing. Why worry? nobody had gone through life who is perfectly a winner along the way. We all have a taste of a looser. Just turn a lemon into a lemonade and start again.

  2. By appreciating the little thing that you have, you can be a winner even though you thought that you are a loser. If you think and feel that you are a winner then you are a winner.

  3. I love hearing inspiring stories from some of our historic greats. Sometimes I get a little down, not seeing the success I want to see. But taking a look back at men who had tons of failures, but came out as huge successes, puts a little strength in my step.

  4. Really interesting post. Seomtimes I get questions in my own head about whether or not I’m a “loser.” For me, I just like to get over those thoughts, and choose to think like a winner. I tihnk alot of it has to do with how you think and what thoughts you choose. =)

  5. There are many opportunities and challenges aroud us.What we need to do is just learn how to grasp it. If want to be a winner,we must comple ourselves become more attentive to everything around us.

  6. That is an awfully astounding column that have posted. Thanks a lot for that fantastically amazing post!

  7. A lot of people simply look at their past and think, “I was a screw up then, I will be one now,” good piece of advice.

  8. Any great men in history had gone through failures and they made it as their lesson to stand up and straighten things up. Nobody is born perfect or born to have the perfect blueprint in life. It is just a setback, move on!

  9. Every day is a new day and a new opportunity to make it or break it. The choice is ours.

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  13. By appreciating the little thing that you have, you can be a winner even though you thought that you are a loser.

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